Larry Cherubino wants his wines to be distinctive and to speak clearly of their variety and vineyard
site. He believes in paying meticulous attention to the vineyard, canopy and water management, picking at the right time and minimal intervention in the winery.
The Ad Hoc Chardonnay is made from a vineyard planted in 1999. The fruit was hand-picked, whole bunched pressed and then fermented with natural yeasts. Once the fermentation was complete, the wine was aged in new and two year old oak, prior to being bottled. Read more about Larry Cherubino’s wines here.
A pale, beautifully balanced Chardonnay with hints of vanilla on the nose and a refreshing cool climate acidity. Careful oak treatment has resulted in a wine of depth and balance.